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I meant why is that drive $70 more then a 840 of the same size
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Originally Posted by endo View Post

I meant why is that drive $70 more then a 840 of the same size

Samsung "840 Pro" is the successor to "830".

Samsung "840" is something new and cheaper.

Samsung "840 EVO" is a newer "840".

"840 Pro" and "830" can take more writes over their life than "840". It will not matter for normal use. It matters only for the drive being used for work where a good part of it is being overwritten multiple times a day.
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